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What can your dog see?

Many people believe that dogs can only see in black and white, this however is untrue. The dogs retina contains two types of light sensitive cells, rod and cones. The Read More

What is Lattice Degeneration?

Lattice degeneration is a thinning of the retina that happens over time. About 10 percent of people (1 in 10) have lattice degeneration. You need a healthy retina to see Read More

The Eye Develops almost fully by 28 weeks!

Did you know that the eyes finish forming 28 weeks into a pregnancy? Beginning from about the 4th week of pregnancy, the brain begins to form the optic nerves, which Read More

Owl Facts!

Unlike humans, owls can turn their head 270 degrees, although some references claim it's more like 180 degrees. Owls suprisingly cannot see in pitch-black darkness. However, they are most active Read More

Happy New Year's!

Welcoming the New Year's in style! We will be closing on Monday, January 2nd for the day. We will reopen with normal business hours on Tuesday, January 3rd. Stay safe Read More

Winter Dryness Is a Thing!

Cold temperatures cause the blood vessels in the eyes to constrict, and this can cause your vision to become blurry. When cold air causes more evaporation, our eyes are left Read More

Happy Holidays!

As a reminder to our patients, we will be closed on Monday, December 26th, immediately after Christmas day. We'll reopen as normal on Tuesday, December 27th.  Have a Happy Holidays, from Read More

Have You Heard of This Technology?

There are so many good things about our eyes, and some that could use some touching up. If you have a child who struggles to see the board at school, Read More

What is a Retinal Detachment?

A retinal detachment occurs when the retina separates from the back of the eye. When the retina separates from the back of the eye, this causes a loss of vision Read More

The Eye as a Symbol

In the United States, most of us only think of our eyes as the organs we use to see. While the physical use is essential to our daily lives, many Read More

Cancer Can Also Manifest in the Eye.

Cancer in the eye is rare, affecting roughly 3,500 people each year. People above the age of 50 are usually the victims of this disease. There are various types of these Read More

What is Anisometropia?

Anisometropia is an optical defect where both eyes have unequal optical powers. People who suffer from anisometropia can be asymptomatic, while others can experience alternating or uneven vision, eyestrain, headaches, Read More

Under Pressure, or perhaps Over Pressure?

A common question we get is, "Is eye pressure like blood pressure?" The answer is: kind of. You cannot feel your eye pressure unless it is really high, whereas some Read More

The End of the Year is Upon Us!

Don't forget to schedule your eye exam before the end of the year! Call 352-512-0560 to make an appointment! Read More

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